Hermosa Beach, CA (PRWEB) December 6, 2004
Michael Napoliello, Jr. and Jason Moskowtiz, co-founders of InSymphony Private Capital, have invented a new type of private equity fund that just might appeal to the masses.
As told in their new book, "Spark - Lending Your Way to Real Estate Millions," this new type of private equity called "orchestra funds" will allow investors the chance to participate in the once off-limit profit opportunities in real estate lending. (ISBN# 0-9716958-7-3)
Typically, orchestra players (the authors term for hard money lenders) are savvy financiers who provide lending in large amounts ($500,000 or more, for an average of 18 months) reaping a whopping 25 - 35% average return. For the first time, "Spark - Lending Your Way to Real Estate Millions," reveals how the savvy investor can enter this lucrative real estate lending world through an exciting new innovation: orchestra funds. Now, with a small amount of capital, it is possible to make better-than-average returns with relatively minimum riskÂjust like large investors.
In "Spark - Lending Your Way to Real Estate Millions" you'll learn:
- What the "Orchestra FundingÂ Revolution is all about
- How orchestra funds can become an opportunity for all investors
- Why orchestra investing is less risky than you think
- How orchestra funding is different from REIT(s)
- Why average investors don't know about this industry
- Why the orchestra lending industry is safe and reputable
- Why orchestra funding is profitable in a good or bad economy
About the Authors
Two of the country's most successful entrepreneurs in the world of real-estate and marketing consulting, Jason Moskowitz and Michael E. Napoliello, Jr. pioneered orchestra funds to broaden the access of their profitable, ground-breaking efforts in the field of hard money real estate lending. They are executive officers of InSymphony Private Capital (see http://www.insymphony.us.) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Orchestra Quarterly Income Fund, LLC. They are founders of http://www.orchestrafunding.com, which is a source of public information, education and insight, dedicated to the growth of the orchestra funding industry.
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Darlene March, March Media Relations, 800-391-1118, ext 260; Darlene@fabian.com
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